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Summer - Balgownie Blooms



Flowers are what you hope and work consistently at for results - a momentary celebration to mark an occasion when one moves on to a different dimension, one decidedly better, one that embeds the future and which liberates you from the chains of the past.



We pay attention to details, use patient logic to navigate our path and strive to fuel our passion - and at times we are rewarded with a perfect and hallmark moment that makes it all worthwhile.





Delicate is the moment, aroma is what enhances our senses when
our adequate use of judgement flows into nuances of gratitude and beauty.




We occasionally clear the cobwebs in the garden of our minds, so as to allow more room for 
the growth of the right thing to do in our hearts.




During the festive season, ensure you have a quiet moment in time to reflect the past, affirm the present and embrace the future. Never take things for granted, do not be swamped by diversions and prepare for even better times ahead. Listen with an open mind, think with a generous  spirit and enjoy any bird song that comes your way. People are what matters and family is unconditional. Look for the glimmer of light yourself.

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